2016 Camaro SS and V6
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Here is the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro (Leaked Images)

The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will make its grand debut tomorrow at a special event on Detroit’s Belle Isle, but the folks at CNBC let the cat out of the bag this morning, revealing the 6th gen Camaro on their show Squawk Box – and members of the forum at GM Inside News were quick to get screen shots.
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This morning, I was considering writing a piece about what a masterful job General Motors has done of keeping the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro under wraps outside of their own teasers and a few heavily camouflaged test cars. However, I would have spoken too soon, as the folks at CNBC offered up a handful of different images of the 2016 Camaro on the show Squawk Box this morning. When those images were shown, a few members of the forum at GM Inside News were quick to take pictures of their screen, catching the first official shots of the 6th gen Camaro for us all to see.

The 2016 Camaro
The image above was the first posted, showing the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro in what appears to be V6 (right) and SS (left) form. Both cars have what appears to be LED trimmed projection headlights with the 2016 Camaro SS sporting horizontal LED fog lights while the V6 model has LED fog lights that run vertically. The Camaro SS also has vents on each side of the new hood, but it is hard to see any real detail through the grille area of the two new muscle cars.

There are more pictures on GM Inside News including a closer shot of the Camaro SS front end and shots of the rear end of these two cars. You can checking them out by clicking here.

So, while we have only seen the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro from a few angles, we know now what the 6th gen GM muscle car will look like when it debuts tomorrow in Detroit.

Source: GM Inside News Forum


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Comments

Looks at this angle a bit more evolutionary than revolutionary.
I sure do hope it looks better live. The electronics and suspension improvements are cool, but the look is really disappointing. I'll keep my 2010 SS, which looks far better.